Ali Nassar Abulaban, who makes “Skyrim IRL” TikToks, allegedly installed an app on his daughter's iPad to listen to conversations in an apartment.
pcTattleTale, which markets itself for monitoring spouses without their consent, lets anyone view screenshots of infected devices by just visiting specific URLs.
Exclusive: Freedom of Information data shows that the cases reported to Met Police have increased by 44 percent over the past year.
A WhatsApp tracking site marketed to catching suspected cheating spouses blames WhatsApp for facilitating the service with its always-on online status feature.
The government claims it's not a u-turn.
WhatsApp doesn't allow you to control who can see whether you are online or not. Privacy experts are worried this opens the door to stalkers.
“These people are often in the system, but who’s keeping tabs on them?”
Women have been stalked, harassed and even had their nudes and personal information sold to other men.
Cassie Randolph's restraining order against Colton Underwood requires us to reexamine how the series romanticizes abusive behavior.
Both Emma and Melissa were on Tinder to find a date. Instead, they were targeted and harassed by men who turned out to be stalkers.
Some private investigators told Motherboard that the reasons they can give to DMVs to access drivers' personal data are too broad.